Lucy enters a dog food jingle contest and wins the grand prize: a trip to London, England. She packs her ticket in her luggage and misses her plane and finds herself seated next to Mr. Mooney on the next flight.

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Ben Wrigley ...
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James Wellman ...
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Pat Priest ...
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Romo Vincent ...
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Joan Swift ...
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Lucy enters a dog food jingle contest and wins the grand prize: a trip to London, England. She packs her ticket in her luggage and misses her plane and finds herself seated next to Mr. Mooney on the next flight.

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17 October 1966 (USA)  »

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[in her hurry to tell her girlfriends about winning a trip to London, Lucy slams Mr. Mooney's door, shattering the glass in the frame]
Mr. Theodore J. Mooney: And they think they'll always be an England.
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Spin-off Lucy in London (1966) See more »

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Followed by the "Lucy In London" special
21 July 2010 | by (Seattle) – See all my reviews

Actually, she did get to London!

The week after this episode aired, CBS aired the one-hour special "Lucy in London" which was conceived as a continuation of this episode. Or maybe it was the other way around -- maybe this episode was conceived to make viewers look forward to next week's special.

I agree, watching the episodes in syndication kind of leaves you hanging, since the special wasn't syndicated along with the rest of the series.

For more information on the October 24, 1966 special "Lucy in London," see IMDb's entry under that title.


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